Full Time SDC Position K-5

  • Job Location: 

    Alamo, CA

  • Category: 

    Schools - Special Education Teacher

  • Type: 


  • Last Updated: 


ProCare is seeking a full time Special Class Teacher (SDC) for a full time position near Alamo, CA for the 2018-2019 school year. Applicants must have their California license and teaching certification or be eligible to receive them before the fall semester begins. 

Employment type: Perm, full time

Industry: Education, schools

Details: K-1 moderate- severe and 2nd- 5th grade Moderate- severe

Salary will be determined by district based on years of experience.


  • Assesses the educational needs of pupils in order to plan an appropriate program of individualized instruction
  • Provides individualized and small-group instruction
  • Participates in open, consistent, and constant communication with parents
  • Other duties as assigned

As an employee of ProCare Therapy, you will be offered a competitive hourly pay rate as well as a customized benefits package. Submit your resume and apply today to be considered for this amazing opportunity! For direct contact, call 770-225-3186 or email your updated resume to Hannah.Duenke@Procaretherapy.com.

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